"Eye in the Sky" is a 1982 song by the British rock band The Alan Parsons Project from the album Eye in the Sky. It hit #3 on the Billboard charts in the U.S. in October 1982 and #1 in Canada and #6 in New Zealand and was their most successful release. The instrumental piece entitled "Sirius" immediately precedes "Eye in the Sky"' on the original recording. -- Wikipedia
The Alan Parsons Project song Eye in the Sky was covered by ...
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- Fausto Papetti covered the song on his 1982 album "35a raccolta".
- Andrew Powell and Philharmonia Orchestra covered it on their 1983 album "Andrew Powell and Philharmonia Orchestra Play the Best of the Alan Parsons Project".
- The Alex Bollard Assembly covered it on their 1990 album "The Alan Parsons Songbook".
- B-Course covered it on their 1997 EP "Eye In The Sky".
- International artist Noa covered it on her 2002 album "Now".
- Trim covered it on their 2002 single "Eye In The Sky".
- Folk rock artist Jonatha Brooke on her 2004 album "Back in the Circus".
- Bart Davenport covered it on his 2005 album "Seal the Deal!"
- Viva Voce covered it on the 2007 compilation "Bridging the Distance - A Portland, OR Covers Compilation".
- Voice Male covered it on their 2008 album "Hit Stuff".
- Gary War covered it on his 2008 album "New Raytheonport".
- The Psychobabble covered it on their 2009 album "The Alan Parsons Tribute Project".
- Benedetta Caretta covered it on the 2010 compilation "Io canto - 2a edizione - Puntata 9".
- The Anniversary Party covered it on their 2011 digital release "Wedding Reservations".
- Synthpop artist Parralox cover it on his 2013 digital release "Recovery".
- Gilad Hekselman cover it on his 2013 album "This Just In".